Advertisement
  1. Jack Tenney speaks during the Rally to save Florida from Red Tide, Sunday July 25, 2021 in Tampa.
  2. Flames from the Dixie Fire consume a home in the Indian Falls community of Plumas County, Calif., Saturday, July 24, 2021. The fire destroyed multiple residences as it tore through the area.
  3. In this photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, Bette Zirkelbach, left, and Richie Moretti carry "Lucky Pulse," a juvenile green sea turtle to be released off the Florida Keys Friday, July 23, 2021, in Marathon, Fla. The reptile was rehabilitated at the Keys-based Turtle Hospital and was fitted with a satellite-tracking transmitter to participate in the Tour de Turtles, an online educational tracking program coordinated by the Sea Turtle Conservancy. Beginning Aug. 1, the initiative is to follow 19 sea turtles for three months. (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau via AP)
  4. Jul. 24• Community News
    Dr. Deby Cassill has spent 30 years researching the lives of fire ants.
  5. Red Tide is suspected in the deaths of eight of nine manatees recently found off the coasts of Pinellas and Hillsborough counties, according to data from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
  6. A sign warns about Red Tide at Indian Rocks Beach on Thursday.
  7. Dead fish fill the end of a canal along Snell Isle on July 16 in St. Petersburg.
  8. The Staten Island Ferry departs Tuesday from the Manhattan terminal through a haze of smoke with the Statue of Liberty barely visible. Wildfires in the American West are creating hazy skies as far away as New York as the massive infernos spew smoke and ash into the air in columns up to six miles high.
  9. Tyler Tucker, left, works with his father, Toliver Tucker, to release nets full of dead fish onto the deck of the shrimp boat, Southbound, while Toliver's wife, Jessica Tucker, navigates the Intracoastal Waterway off Treasure Island on Thursday.
  10. Residents look at the street through a window at the Icaria nursing home in Barcelona, Spain, Nov. 25, 2020. The image was part of a series by Associated Press photographer Emilio Morenatti that won the 2021 Pulitzer Prize for feature photography. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)
  11. Florida Governor, Ron DeSantis, backed by wildlife experts, marine business owners and politicians, talks about the state’s overall effort to combat the recent Red Tide outbreak plaguing Tampa Bay waters, during a press conference held at the Fish and Wildlife Research Institute in St. Petersburg on Wednesday, July 21, 2021. At this moment, the DeSantis was pushing back on a question from a reporter who said the St. Petersburg Mayor, Rick Kriseman accused the governor of politicizing Red Tide. In rebuttal, DeSantis said it was Kriseman who introduced politics into the Red Tide discussions.
  12. Tampa Electric Co.'s Big Ben Power Station in Apollo Beach. [LUIS SANTANA | Times]
  13. A large rehabilitation pool at Clearwater Marine Aquarium’s Fred Howard Park facility in Tarpon Springs. The aquarium announced Wednesday that they are speeding up their efforts to get the facility ready to rehabilitate manatees.
  14. Workers from the city of St. Petersburg use a turbidity boom to corral dead fish as they float near the St. Petersburg Municipal Marina on July 16.
  15. Vacant land consisting of 74 acres along U.S. 19 butting up to the Anclote River can be seen Friday, Dec. 11, 2020 in Tarpon Springs. Texas-based Morgan Group has proposed a 404-unit apartment complex for the site.
  16. Dead fish are pictured in a clean-up bucket along Bayshore Drive NE as hundreds of people marched Saturday in St. Petersburg asking for a Red Tide clean up. Hillsborough County Commissioner Mariella Smith is proposing Hillsborough follow the lead of Pinellas County and ban the summertime use of fertilizers to reduce nitrogen levels in area waterways.
  17. Dead fish fill the end of a canal July 16 near the Sell Isle Marina in St. Petersburg. Red Tide continues to poison hundreds of tons of marine life in Tampa Bay and in the gulf.
  18. A driver speeds through a flooded street along Venetian Boulevard NE in the Shore Acres area of St. Petersburg in December 2018. Sunny day flooding could go from an occasional nuisance to a regular problem in the city, according to a new study. It projects that St. Petersburg might see inundation at high tide more than 60 times a year in the coming decades.
  19. Dahlia Bagheri, 20, right foreground, lead chants during a march from The Pier to North Shore Park in St. Petersburg on Saturday to raise awareness and call for action in response to the Red Tide outbreak.
  20. St. Petersburg city employees clean up a fish kill in Coffeepot Bayou as the Red Tide crisis continues in Tampa Bay.
  21. A pile of dead fish gathered on the bow of a boat June 17 as crews use hand nets in the intracoastal waters between Clearwater and Dunedin to remove dead fish poisoned by Red Tide.
  22. A dead, dry fish lies on the shore at Fort De Soto Park on Friday in Tierra Verde.
Advertisement
Advertisement